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Taking redundancy personally.

Monday, February 24, 2003
Unemployment Lethargy
Rather than spending much of my time visiting job web sites and using their search functions I’ve finally subscribed to the email service of many of them. This way I get an email per search from each site. Some of them have a limitation on the number of searches you can store so you may need to use a complex query to get the best results.

I’m certainly not spending as much time trawling sites and weeding out inappropriate jobs. But perhaps that’s just because I can’t be bothered. I must register www.unemploymentlethargy.com.

I thought Blue Arrow was a courier service, but I’ve re-discovered them as a recruitment agency. I didn’t find any promising jobs, but I’ll definitely be using their Tea Maker when I get a new job.

What’s the point of finding a job if I can’t even have the odd afternoon down the pub?